Polls Archive

Which quote from Rick George's press conference do you find most reassuring?
  • "We’re not cutting anything that impacts the experience for our student-athletes. Health, nutrition, academics, leadership - we will not touch those areas" (43%, 27 Votes)
  • "We budgeted for a season knowing that we wouldn’t put a lot of fans in the stadium. We already made those budget cuts" (41%, 26 Votes)
  • “I’ve been pretty consistent on this - number one, we are not cutting sports. I told that to our student-athletes (Tuesday)" (16%, 10 Votes)

Start Date: August 12, 2020 @ 4:52 pm
End Date: No Expiry

The Pac-12 joins the Big Ten in shutting down fall sports, while ACC and SEC indicate they intend to play. Thoughts?
  • I feel bad for the players, but this was the right decision to make. The medical evidence does not support the idea of proceeding with collegiate athletics until the spring at the earliest (38%, 109 Votes)
  • It was possible that there would be a cancellation at some point, but why now? What is so different from when the 10-game schedules were announced? They should have waited (at least) a few more weeks (32%, 94 Votes)
  • If you look at it through black-and-gold colored glasses, it may be a blessing. CU was put in a deep hole by Mel Tucker. Teams will be on a more even footing once practices and games resume (30%, 87 Votes)

Start Date: August 11, 2020 @ 3:12 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Reports: Conferences shutting down for the fall. Big Ten going first? Pac-12 voting on Tuesday? Mountain West out? Thoughts?
  • It's just recognizing the inevitable. Fall Camps are opening up ... they have kicked the can down the road long enough. It's time to call it (54%, 109 Votes)
  • We'll see how it plays out. If the Big Ten and/or Pac-12 don't want to play, but the other three conference do vote to play, the Big Ten/Pac-12 may have to reconsider (35%, 71 Votes)
  • I'm just glad that it wasn't the Pac-12 to pull the trigger first (if in fact the Big Ten has voted not to play). The Pac-12 already has enough of an image problem (11%, 23 Votes)

Start Date: August 10, 2020 @ 5:45 pm
End Date: No Expiry

CU Hall of Famer Carroll Hardy passes away. Which of Hardy's accomplishments do you find to be the most impressive?
  • That Hardy had better numbers in '54 than Heisman trophy winner Wisconsin's Alan Ameche (more rushing yards; eight touchdowns to zero) ... and should have won CU's first Heisman (43%, 82 Votes)
  • That Hardy had a .392 batting average at CU; spent ten years playing in the MLB (after a year in the NFL); and is the only player to pinch-hit for Ted Williams (30%, 57 Votes)
  • That Hardy won ten letters at CU (Football; baseball; track). Behind Hardy? Dave Logan (with eight) and Hale Irwin (with six) (27%, 53 Votes)

Start Date: August 9, 2020 @ 5:03 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Rate your opinion as to the chances of CU playing at Oregon seven weekends from now ...
  • Low. Most of the FCS is already out, now joined by the MAC ... the dominoes are starting to fall, and the Power Five will have no choice but to wait until spring (65%, 158 Votes)
  • Medium. There have certainly been some highs and some lows the past few weeks, but there is too much at stake (financially) not to play, so I'm guessing it's going to happen (28%, 69 Votes)
  • High. Power Five schools are going to figure out how to get this done, even if it means not having fans. Go Buffs - get the upset win! (7%, 16 Votes)

Start Date: August 8, 2020 @ 5:22 pm
End Date: No Expiry

One Reply to “Polls Archive”

  1. Wouldn’t mind the Cheez-It Bowl at all, as I have connections at Kellogg’s (owns Cheez-it) who could get me tickets!! Is that Cheezy??? 🙂

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